Kit D. Kuss, MD, FAAFP

Family Medicine
1003 College Boulevard West Suite 2
Niceville, FL 32578 Get Directions
Kit D. Kuss, MD, FAAFP
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Annual Membership Fee

500.00 every 3 months
1,000.00 every 6 months
2,000.00 each year

My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...

My passion as your family doctor is to partner with you to provide personalized, evidence-based, preventive healthcare and timely treatment when illness occurs. While I stand ready to deliver exceptional care in the event of illness, my ultimate desire is to advise and assist you in preventing common conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes and avoidable cancers. I am board-certified in family medicine and practice the full scope of my training, including pediatric care from newborn through adolescent medicine, women’s health excluding obstetrics, sports medicine, obesity/weight management and adult care including geriatrics. As your personal doctor, we will work as a team to formulate your unique wellness plan. 

Having taught in a family medicine residency in the Air Force, I am an educator at heart. My MDVIP-affiliated practice will allow me to dedicate the time to identify your health priorities and facilitate your understanding of the steps necessary to achieve them. I will have the time, tools and tests, not currently available under standard insurance protocols, that will allow us to focus more fully on your health care goals. I am committed and dedicated to working with you to help you become healthier as you focus on living a long, productive and fulfilling life.


 It is important, now more than ever, to have a primary care doctor who has the time and resources to care for you personally and proactively. Watch this video to hear more.

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Dr. Kuss' Credentials

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US Air Force (USAF) Regional Hospital-Eglin 
Eglin AFB, FL
Family Medicine 1981-1984

Medical School:
Louisiana State University Medical Center
New Orleans, LA
Doctorate of Medicine 1981

Southeastern Louisiana University
Hammond, LA
Bachelor of Science, Zoology/Pre-Medicine 1977

Diplomate, American Board of Family Medicine
Twin Cities Hospital
USAFP Family Physician of the Year 1994
Air Force Legion of Merit
Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters 
Air Force Commendation Medal, with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster 
Air Force Achievement Medal, with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster
Air Force Oustanding Unit Award, with 4 Oak Leaf Clusters
Air Force Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon, with 1 Bronze Star 
National Defense Medal, with 1 Bronze Star
Clinical Assistant Professor, Florida State University College of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine and Rural Health 2010-2017
Chief Medical Officer, Tallahassee Outpatient Veteran's Clinic 2016-2017
Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians
Florida Academy of Family Physicians
Associate, Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians
US Air Force 1981-2003
Family Health Clinic Fiight Commander, Eglin AFB 1998-2000
Adult Family Medicine Flight Commander, Wilford Hall Medical Center 2001-2002
Kelley Family Medicine Flight Commander, Wilford Hall Medical Center 2002-2003
Retired US Air Force, Colonel 2003

Testimonials from patients of Dr. Kuss

from CHRISTOPHER in FL July 18, 2023 for Kit D. Kuss, MD, FAAFP
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I started this program with Dr K. Kuss since he started it a few years ago. I did not know what it pertain at first. I basically went with the motions. On June 17th 2022. I had my results & it did not look good. That is when I said to myself I need to step it up. I was 220lbs, blood pressure high with multiple meds, borderline type 2 diabetic, try tri levels high. My good cholesterol down… See more

from Hamilton in FL March 21, 2023 for Kit D. Kuss, MD, FAAFP

Dr Kuss is the first and only doctor I have seen voluntarily. I grew up as a marine corps dependent, we had no family doctor, no continuity of care. I was drafted during Viet Nam and joined the Air Force. In the Air Force, the flight surgeon was an excellent way to be placed on DNIF (duties not including flying). Have seen far to many good pilots fall to the conservative doctors. At 65 I aged… See more